A Copenhagen Guide

CityCopenhagenGuideNomaMomondo 1024x576 A Copenhagen GuideA guidebook to Copenhagen, Denmark. Photo credit: noma + Momondo.

Looking for a local guide to Copenhagen, Denmark?  Then look at the  guidebook to Copenhagen by travel site Momondo and the New Nordic cuisine restaurant noma.

In the travel guidebook, the staff of noma share their personal favorite places, “hidden gems” in Copenhagen.

noma has been named the best restaurant in the world by the San Pellegrino top restaurant list and Britain’s Restaurant magazine.

The restaurant’s global staff see Copenhagen with new eyes and focus on the city’s many facets and distinctive places.

Says Peter Kreiner of noma:

“noma is a Copenhagen-company blessed with a dedicated staff that hails from around the world. Why not share their insider tips to Copenhagen? Because of their diverse backgrounds, they each experience the city differently, seeing it from angles that may even surprise a native.”

The pocket-size guidebook is designed to be “turned and twisted” in the a traveler’s hands when exploring Copenhagen.

Each location is described and added to chapter maps and a large fold-out map of Copenhagen.  In addition to chapter maps, the guide offers traveler’s routes which highlight Copenhagen’s neighborhoods.

“Copenhagen is a city in motion. Looking at the city today, it doesn’t make an idyllic or orderly impression…,” says Anne Gry Daugård, editor of the travel guidebook.

“This is also the charm of Copenhagen. It’s a city where life is lived. There are stories to be told.”


Strandgade 93

1401 København K


Tel: +45 3296 3297

Website: www.noma.dk


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